Protecting Our Elections From Voter Fraud

A not-for-profit organization has won a ruling in U. S. District Court that requires the State of Maryland to turn over voter registration data for Montgomery County. The county has more registered voters that it has citizens 18 years old or older, a situation which has obvious potential for election fraud.

BTW, the organization that sought the data was Judicial Watch. Protect Our Elections/EMPR Inc., which is headquartered in Montgomery County, Maryland, has shown no interest in investigating election fraud in the Democrat controlled county.

Punching Back—Legally: Part Two

Yvette Felarca, an AntiFa organizer, has been ordered to pay $20,000 in attorney’s fees to Judicial Watch as a result of a frivolous lawsuit she filed to try to stop a public records request relating to the relationship between her AntiFa activities and her job as a Berkeley, California. Two of Felarca’s co-plaintiffs were ordered to pay $1,000 each, The judge also held all three plaintiffs jointly and severally liable for an additional $4,000 in Judicial Watch’s litigation expenses.

Felarca is a prominent figure in By Any Means Necessary, a group founded by the Marxist Revolutionary Workers League to protest conservative speakers. Felarca was arrested in 2016 and charged with several crimes, including felony assault, for inciting a riot in Sacramento. Earlier this year, Felarca was ordered to stand trial on the assault charge.